6 edition of Contemporary Guerrilla Movements in Latin America found in the catalog.
by Ocean Press (AU)
Written in English
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'This book helps bring the reader inside the movements and their inspiration in a way that gives a rich insight into the mentalities and motivations that lay behind the resort to arms. As such, it is a major contribution to assessing the legacies of the period and reminds us of the unfinished business that is still pending twenty years later.'. Guerrilla Activity in Latin America Theory and Practice of Guerrilla War Conditions Favoring Latin Guerrillas. Guerrilla Activity in Latin America. Guerrilla activity in Latin America, supported in most cases by the government of Cuban Premier Fidel Castro, is causing deep concern in Washington.
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Jan 01, · Few publications cover the full span of the history of revolutionary movements in Latin America. In Revolution and Revolutionaries, editor Daniel Castro examines all aspects of guerrilla warfare-from revolutionary programs to the repressive tactics used by various governments to rid themselves of the threats presented by revolutionary movements/5. — John Cameron, Bulletin of Latin American Research “It is certainly a book that makes important contributions to a series of conversations about the indigenous political movements in Ecuador, and in the Andes more generally As I am not a specialist of Indigenous political movements, I found the book to be very informative.
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Guerrilla Movements. In Latin America, guerrilla movements can be divided into several runrevlive.com pre-Marxist period includes colonial resistance movements, early independence revolts, and revolutionary movements of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, typified by the Cuban independence movement, the Mexican Revolution, and the movement led by Augusto C.
Sandino in Nicaragua. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF GUERRILLA MOVEMENTS IN LATIN AMERICA τ his paper does not pretend to be a sociological essay. The social fact of the guerrilla is obviously a most difficult research subject, and very little is available on it that could be considered as systematizable, ob jective data.
As one of the most important contemporary expressions of. May 11, · This book has a lot of good historical information on guerrilla warfare and movements in the 's and 's.
There is also little in the way of analysis and tactics. The historical information is very good. I especially was interested in the material on the Ukraine during and AFTER World War II and the material on the civil war in Greece/5(3).
A summary overview of the most important insurgent movements in Latin America during the s through s. Extensive coverage of Colombia, Guatemala, Peru, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Ecuador, and Chile, plus short summaries of Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil. Castro, Daniel, ed.
Revolution and Revolutionaries: Guerrilla Movements in Latin. "The book Latin American Guerrilla Movements: Origins, Evolution, Outcomes, edited by Dirk Kruijt, Eduardo Rey Tristán and Alberto Martín Álvarez, will become a must-have for researchers, students and those interested in guerrilla action and revolutionary political violence in Latin America.
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Edited by Erick D. Langer. Wilmington: Scholarly Resources, While maintaining the high scholarly quality of the other volumes mentioned, this book is unique.
this volume provides an excellent introduction to the topic of contemporary indigenous movements in Latin America for non. This book covers well over years of Latin American history. It begins with a brief summary of European colonialism, laying the groundwork for the succeeding chapters on the history of the independent nation-states that make up modern Latin America.
Presenting such a history is not easy: Latin America is immense and diverse. Two 'waves' of Guerrilla Movement in Latin America, Wickham-Crowley study guide by Rohan_Shah49 includes 10 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more.
Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades. In this comparative survey of guerrilla movements in Latin America, Timothy Wickham-Crowley explores the origins and outcomes of rural insurgencies in nearly a dozen cases since Focusing on the personal backgrounds of the guerrillas themselves and on national social conditions, the author explains why guerrillas emerged strongly in certain countries but not others.
Book Description: In this comparative survey of guerrilla movements in Latin America, Timothy Wickham-Crowley explores the origins and outcomes of rural insurgencies in nearly a dozen cases since Che Guevara´s death began a legend and closed an era.
Based directly on the documents produced by the guerrillas themselves, this is the first comprehensive history of that era. In theory, immense disparity in local wealth combined with the heavy hand of "Yankee imperialism" laid the ground for revolution.
In practice, however, circumstances conspired to thwart the plans of the revolutionary. Another guerrilla movement, the ELN, was established in the early 60s by students who got their ideas from the revolution in Cuba. Second generation () In the s multiple guerrilla movements emerged in Colombia. One of these groups was the 19th of April Movement, the M This book brings together a good summary of social movement theory with a description and explanation of social movements throughout Latin America.
The author exposes the effects of social movements on individual and community life in the region and evaluates how they may change government policies, citizenship rights, and democratic regimes. Finally, Castro examines the remaining guerrilla movements still active in Latin America as the century comes to a close.
Revolution and Revolutionaries revives the debate about the viability of revolutionary violence in Latin America, and will interest those studying. This is a list of notable guerrilla movements. It gives their English name, common acronym, and main country of operation.
It gives their English name, common acronym, and .Drawing on an extensive range of manifestos, speeches and polemical articles by major guerrilla leaders, commentators Debray, Gilly and Lartguey, excerpts from interviews and the worldwide left publications including the Cuban Pensamiento Critico, Gott has assembled one of the most complete pictures of these movements yet to emerge.
Although little attempt is made at political analysis, this.This fascinating study is based on in-depth interviews with both guerrilla comandantes and political and military leaders of the time.
The story told here is vital for understanding contemporary social movements in Latin America. Urban Violence and Contested Spaces in Latin America (); Armed Actors: Organised Violence and State.